The historic Burrus/Midgett House is one of the Town of Manteo's designated historic structures and the finest example of its architectural style on Roanoke Island. Built in the 1940's by Manteo merchant and NC Representative Archie Burrus. It is an early, mid-century Tudor style cottage with asymmetrical form, high pitched roofs and its original brick arched entry and thick planked arch top front door. Its corner lot two blocks from Manteo's acclaimed waterfront, its garages, workshop and extensive storage makes it a perfect house for a family to live in the center of the Historic District.
A short walk to schools, near the island's bike path, churches, banks and shops. This house offers quintessential small town living. Detached two car garage with door opener (480 sq ft). Large storage area with half bath, with stainless steel sink with disposal for fish cleaning(576 sq ft) and mother-in-law suite upstairs with full kitchen w/dishwasher, garbage disposal, microwave, refrigerator and range Full bath, living and sleeping area (576 sq ft).
This spacious and very well maintained home is in walking distance to the Manteo Waterfront and Festival Park where you will find quaint shops and a variety of restaurants. Enjoy walking along the waterfront or a concert in the park. The original home was built in 1948. The original home has been expanded with two dining areas, formal living room and a den.
Crown molding, chair rail and tall baseboards throughout. Enjoy the front porch or covered patio attached to the garage/outbuilding. There is plenty of space in the outbuilding to store your belongings. 400 AMP Service w/surge protection. Networking panel for phones and cable.
No shortage for receptacles and lighting inside and out. Home was remodeled by NC licensed electrical contractor. A must see to appreciate.
Walk in Closet
First Floor Master